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Online Access Request – Fall 2020

These are extraordinary times, but the University of Tulsa is committed to providing a safe learning environment for all students, faculty, and staff.

Prior to the start of the semester, students may choose to enroll in online or in-person classes. After the first day of classes, students may request temporary online completion of in-person classes due to pending COVID tests, current illness or various hardships. This assistance will not generally be granted retroactively, so please complete this form as soon as possible.

Please note, some coursework may not be able to be completed online.

Complete a request for online course access

Our office is the center for resources available to our students who seek the opportunities arising from a TU business and professional education. We will assist you in the creation of study plans, the identification of unique study abroad programs, and in cooperation with individual departments, placement into corporate internship programs. From your first orientation class to your final degree check in your senior year, the Office of Undergraduate Programs is your resource. To make an appointment with one of our undergraduate advisers, please use the button on the left that says “schedule appointment”.

The Graduate Business Programs office is the center for resources available to our students who seek the opportunities arising from a TU graduate business education. We assist you from the earliest stages of application to our programs and help you each semester through the enrollment process as you work toward the completion of your graduate degree. We also will assist you with information about scholarships and assistantships. For assistance with admission to a graduate business program or to obtain help with enrollment, please feel free to contact us at 918-631-2242 or by email.

Transfer Credit Policies
The Collins College of Business accepts transfer credits from other universities subject to the policies of the University and the College.